and aboard all ships afloat under all conditions of readiness.
This course is a pre-requisite for the Crew Served Weapons
j. Crew Served Weapons Instructor (NEC 0814) (CIN A-830-
2215). The Crew Served Weapons (CSW) Instructor course is
designed to give personnel the training necessary to qualify
command anti-terrorism (AT) watchstanders as a crew-served
weapons operator and the ability to assist the AT Training
Supervisor in developing and conducting AT exercises, CSW
casualty control drills, and tactical employment CSW training.
k. Navy Security Force Sentry (CIN A-830-2216) Taught by
qualified Antiterrorism Training Supervisors (NEC 9501).
Teaches basic sentry skills, to include weapons handling and
non-lethal weapons. When taken with Security Reaction Force
Team Member Basic (below), constitutes the Armed Sentry
Course/Security Reaction Force Basic course of instruction.
l. Security Reaction Force Team Member Basic (CIN A-830-
2217) Taught by qualified Antiterrorism Training Supervisors
(NEC 9501). Teaches basic tactical individual and team
movements. When taken with Navy Security Force Sentry (above),
constitutes the Armed Sentry Course/Security Reaction Force
Basic course of instruction.
m. Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force - Basic (ASC/SRF:B)
(CIN A-830-0018) Teaches basic sentry skills and individual and
team tactical movements.
n. Security Reaction Force Advanced (CIN A-830-0396).
Educates and trains crew members assigned to Security Reaction
Force related duties to protect their unit, its mission, and its
crew members whether pierside, at sea, or at an air facility
from acts of terrorism or sabotage. Team members will learn how
to deal with potential threats whether from the pier, small
boat, or any other means from penetrating a unit under emergency
conditions by utilizing proper reaction force measures and
tactical team movements.
o. Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) Basic Instructor (CIN A-830-
0035). Provides the NLW Basic Instructor the necessary
knowledge and skills to instruct individuals in non-lethal
weaponry principles, procedures, and techniques that fall within
acceptable guidelines of the "Use of Force" continuum; to
include unarmed self-defense skills, Close Range Subject Control
(CRSC) techniques, and safe employment and use of both the